Dry Ice by Stephan White
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  • He holds secrets professionally as a psychologist but this book explores his personal secrets as well

    • by Rick Colund
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      The Author has a series of books involving a psychologist, Alan Gregory and his wife Lauren and good friend Sam Purdy ( a police detective. The books should be read in order as the subplots with these characters are a major part of what makes me continue to read all of his books.

      Dry


      Ice is a return to these characters in full (his last book, Kill Me, moved away from them.

      ) Dry Ice begins a little slow, kind of a ‘catching up on things since the last book’ but when Alan’s first villian escapes from a mental hosptial things really begin to happen quickly.

      Michael McClelland ...


      • is a master at deception and manipulation and Alan and Sam brough him to justice in the first book of this series.

        Michael, once he escapes teams up with some others he has manipulated to ruin the lives of Alan, his family and his friend Sam.

        This becomes a kind of cat and

        mouse story where you feel like you know what is going on but you don’t really get it all until the end.

        There is some good self analysis on Alan’s part due to the secrets he holds.

        He holds secrets professionally as a psychologist but this book explores his personal secrets as well.



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